Child Welfare Resources

Bad River Indian Child Welfare (ICW)

Phone: 715-682-7127 (x1403)

Fax: 715-682-7883 

Address: Bad River Social & Family Services 

Bad River Child Care Advocate

Email: advocate@badriver-nsn.gov


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If you are aware of a child who is a victim of a crime this funding will aid the child with any or all of the following services. 

  • One on one counseling
  • Referrals for other services
  • Supply food
  • Supply clothing
  • Transportation
  • Shelter
  • Cultural ceremonies
  • Ceremonial healings
  • Group activities

Bad River Child Care Assistance Program

Phone: 715-682-7127

Fax: 715-682-7883 

Address: Bad River Social & Family Services



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The Bad River Child Care Program provides child care subsidies to eligible families while offering parental choice in selecting a child care provider. Child care may be available for work, employment search, training and education, teen parents in high school, counseling services, self-help programs and emergencies. We also offer Child Day Care Certification so that child care providers meet the standards to operate regulated child care services in their homes. Certification qualifies a child care provider to receive subsidy payments and participate in the Child and Adult Care Food Program. 

WI Report Child Abuse

Phone: 911


Ashland County Health & Human Services

Phone: 715-682-7004
After Hours: 715-682-7023

Fax: 715-682-7924

Address: 630 Sanborn Ave., Ashland WI 54806 

Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30a-5:00p

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Bayfield County Department of Human Services

Phone: 715-373-6144

After Hours:  715-373-6120
Fax: 715-373-6130 

Address: 117 E. Fifth St./P.O. Box 100
Washburn, Wisconsin 54891 

Hours: Monday, Wednesday - Friday 8:00a-4:00p

Tuesday 7:30a - 6:00p

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Iron County Human Services Department

Phone: 715-561-3636 (ext 0)

After Hours: 715-561-3800 

Fax: 715-561-2128 

Address: 300 Taconite Street, Hurley, WI 54534 

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Search for CPS Online: https://dcf.wisconsin.gov/reportabuse


Any person who thinks child abuse and/or neglect has happened or might happen can make a report to Child Protective Services (CPS) agency or law enforcement.